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PUTTING ON OUR FINERY~ a Fundraising Fashion Show with Distinction!

Presented by Theatre Adventure

Sponsored by Brown Computer Solutions

Performance: Friday November 14th at 7:00 pm

Tickets: $15, $25, $50 - your choice in support of NEYT's inclusive
theater program. The ticket price includes admission and a fine array of

Theatre Adventure will once again present glitter, glamour, and theatrical
treats galore during their annual fundraising Fashion Show.
The evening's festivities will include fabulous fashions, live music,
delectable desserts, and wild and zany surprises. Audience members are
invited to attend in your own splashy finery.  Come be part of this
fashionable, cheering, and rambunctious event and support our region’s
only inclusive theater program now celebrating its tenth anniversary. The
venue is wheelchair accessible. There will be an ASL interpreter.

Winnie the Pooh


Adapted by Kristin Sergel
Directed by Jane Baker

Sponsored byThe Bear Bookshop

Performances: October 30 – November 9

Thursday October 30 and Friday November 7 at 7:00 pm, Saturdays at 7:00 pm
and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 pm. (please note there is no performance
on Friday October 31)

Adult $12, Student $8, Senior $10

Winnie-the-Pooh is Christopher Robin's fat little "bear of very little
brain" who would like to drift peacefully through life, humming tunes and
stopping frequently to eat "a little something." However, he finds himself
involved in all sorts of frantic adventures, assisted by such friends as
the dismal Eeyore, Piglet, and Rabbit, with his countless relations. Pooh's
intentions are always the best, but his passion for honey and condensed
milk keeps getting him into trouble.


Written by John Synge
Directed by Peter Gould

Sponsored by Trust Company of Vermont

Performances: October 10-19
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 pm

Adult $13, Student $9, Senior $11

In 1907, Irish playwright John Synge shocked all of Dublin with his new,
wildly funny drama set in very rural Ireland. He called it "Playboy of the
Western World,"back when "playboy"meant a fun, athletic young man, and the
western world was a rocky, slimly populated tidal flat that seemed like
the whole world to its simple inhabitants.

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